Richard Gunther

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This course is a comparative study of how democratic institutions are structured and how they function, particularly with regard to the regulation of conflict. Democracy is the institutionalization of conflict, but democratic regimes vary with regard to the ways that they structure the arenas within which conflict is expressed. Presidential vs.(More)
K+ gradient-dependent rubidium flux in vesicles obtained from stimulated rabbit stomach distinguishes two cation pathways. Selective inhibition by vanadate and the (1,2-alpha)-imidazopyridine, SCH 28080 identifies one pathway as H,K-ATPase-mediated passive cation exchange. A second pathway, additive to the first, is inhibited by the protonophore,(More)
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